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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1917
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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...Ml i 1 1 . V ill i t t
lemons win awau me new onensivc oi tne Allies which, wncn oroicen
down, as all others have been, the Entente will be disposed to advance
reasonable suggestions to end the war. Let England give a practical
example of whnt she desires others to do by setting Ireland free," added
To Bar Aliens
Salem A bill introduced in the Senate of Oregon would prohibit
aliens not eligible to become citizens from owning or inheriting real cs-
tate in Oregon.
iionwiuiu sprecKers oiu nomc on mnahou street, Jong unoccu
pied, may be opened for the accommodation of the Templars.
What The British Hear
London Reuters Agency says that a Dutch warship brought a
Uorman submarine to 1 lushing and interned her there.
British munition factories are turning out every forty-night hours
more heavy gun ammunition than they manufactured during the entire
hrst year of the war. 1 lie production is increasing weekly in preparation
for a heavy offensive on the western, front, which, it is believed, is com
ing m the bpnng.
1 .. Jjt. i-1 J.1VT 1 1 .
According to me central inows, m summon to ms lour vears sen
tence at hard labor, Liebknicht has been expelled from the Merlin bar.
State Of The Milwaukee
Eureka The stranded cruiser Milwaukee is working farther in, and
has a greater list. The engine and boiler rooms are flooded. The sub
marine II-3 is high and dry.
Teutons Repulse Atlacks
Berlin Russian and Rumanian attacks on the recently cptund
position nor.h of fctichetz valley have been repulsed.
At The Nation's Capital
Washington In the famous Digg-Caminetti case the decision of tin
lower court is affirmed by the Supreme court. It is held that the law
includes personal immoral escapades.
Lawson sprung a surprise at the leak" hearing today when he said
that the chairman had given him the information. Secretary McAdoo
and Archibald S. W lute, banker, profit ted by the advance tin. Chair
man' Henry took the stand and denied that he had divulged anything to
J-awson, wliereupon the latter rose and dramatically insisted that hi.
words were true.
Pankhurst Followers In Bad
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J.UI1UUI1 me priming piant at uie Headquarters ot mo w omen's
-social i'olitical Union and the homes of several of Mrs. Pankhurst's
lieutenants were simultaneously raided by the police and military author-
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uie& louay. criticism oi mo government is alleged to have been the cause
Allies Take An Island
Athens The Allies have occupied Cerige, the principal island of
me Ionian group.
Deutschland Coming Again?
New York A submarine has been reported 800 miles east of New
lork, moving westward. It is believed she is the Deutschland, on her
Still Looking For Aviators
Zuma Auto parties and Mexican cavalry are still searching for the
lusi American aviators.
Admirals Dropping Off
Washington Rear Admiral Reed is dead at the age of 7f).
Admiral Dewey is reported by his physicians to be slowly sinking.
Capital City Notes
Honolulu The Democratic Central Committee has recommended
Acting Postmaster Peterson to be permament postmaster at Honolulu.
The Harbor Board does not favor Forbes' amusement pier proposal.
Probably the plans will be discarded.
Monday, January 15
T 7 n ti 1 1. 1 . i f XT OV. I 1 . r i c ,. .
.v.,u.uu ii, v-uaujurr mill, oi KocKiorci, in,, aivea irom a
rai jpringDoard at the Outrigger Club yesterday, broke his neck and
1 NmH Tllfl ntfltai Jr. .. -1. 11 . . . l
" i- vc;y auauow at uie point, sometime ago
warning signs were put up that the water there was only four feet
Milwaukee Going To Pieces
T 1. rt
liurcKa ine cruiser Milwaukee is breaking up and is being
(Special Correspondence of Tun Gauohn
Washington, I). C, Dec. 22. In
the annual report of the Superin
tendent of the Lighthouse Service it
is stated that during the fiscal year
11)10, services in saving life and
property, were rendered and acts of
heroism performed by employees of
the Lighthouse Service on 1G1 oc
casions. In each case a commen
datory letter was issued by the Sec
retary of Commerce and in the case
of the rescue of the bark British
Yeoman by the lighthouse tender
Columbine, Frank T. Warrincr,
commanding, on January, 17, 1910,
near Port Allen, Kauai, under un
usually difficult and dangerous con
ditions, the President of tho United
States expressed his appreciation of
the services rendered by tho officers
and crew of the Columbine.
'SINS OF MEN' IS
Stuart Holmes and Dorothy Ber
nard are tho featured stars in the
latest William Fox release, 'Sins
of Men." There is in the ease,
however, another star who does not
get headline" billing but is easily
entitled to the same. This star is
Kittens" Reichert, the child ac
tress who is beloved of followers of
Fox films for her sterling work
whenever called upon. Kittens has
been seen in a number of Fox fea
tures and her every appearance raises
ler in the admiration of her devot
ed public. She is a beautiful child
with an ability far beyond her years.
She is usually billed as Kittens in
the cast, this being true in tho pre
sent instance, and as tho child who
succeeds in upbuilding the home
that is rapidly disintegrating she is
a pronounced success.
"Sins of Men" is a most peculiar
story founded upon a novel, a new
religion, entitled "Myself," the
work of a German philosopher who
is jealous of the success of n popular
novelist whose work, "Three Days,"
has had an unqualified success.
'"Myself" has an appeal to the ani
mal instinct in mankind and works
u havoc, evon.witlyn hisjown family,
never dreamed of by the author.
Truth and old fashioned are blotted
out through the writings of the
German and, even though he pays
with his life the penalty for. his
work, the new philosophy does not
end but rather it extends.
MO newspaper can succeed with
A out advertising, therefore wo
solicit tho patronage of our readers
for those who by their advertising
help to make this paper possible.
In Tun Circuit Court o v Tun
Fii'th Judicial Circuit,
Territory ok Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Manuel Joaquin Pavao. deceased.
Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Manuel Joaquin Pavao, n.
son of said deceased of Makawcli,
Kauai, alleging that Manuel Joa
quin Pavao, of Hanapepe, Kauai,
died intestate at Hanapepe, Kauai,
on the 31st day of December, A.
D. 1916, leaving property in the
Hawaiian Islands necessary to be
administered upon, and praying
that letteis of administration issue
to Manuel . Carvalho.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
17th, day of February. A. D. 1917,
at 10 o'clock A. M., be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
petition in the court room of this
court at Lihue, Hawaii, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, Hawaii, January
(Signed) Lyi.k A. Dickky,
Judge, Circuit Court Fifth Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Signed) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Jan. 16-23 30. Feb. 6.
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday: G. N. Wilcox,
C. W. Spitz, W. H. Rice, Mrs. W.
II. Rico, Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Miss
Mclntyre, Miss Kiku Kikuni, Mis,
A. Scott, Miss U. Scott, Miss Ke
alaula, Hflrry Kodoguchi, W. Van
derford, B. Vickers, G. Sakabury,
A. Horner, T. Nott, H. C. Smith,
Mrs. Mary Lum and infant, A.
Zangular, W. Schieler, K. J. Rkd,
A. O. Piatt, J. Neddumeyer, A. B.
Cocoran. W. libeling, D. 15. Ma
conachie, A. R. Gurry, J.Bento, H.
F. Cremer. A. Smythe, Mrs. J. K.
Kula, Miss Kula, Robert Kula, J.
Craig, Mrs. Kaleo, Miss Napolean,
Mrs. Fugita, Mrs. Charman and in
fant, R. Anaku, C. L. Sing, W. K.
Okawa, O. Blackstad, Master Black
stad, J. Brandt, Miss libeling, Miss
Faye, Mrs. A. Wolters, Miss Wol
ters, Miss Laysok, Miss L. H.
Smith, Iliyawe, S. Dodo, S. Fujii,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Gouvea. C. Goo
That hnd Bill
iSpwial Corre?ionk'nc! of Tim Gardkn
Washington, D. C, Dee. 19.
The Senate Military Committee has
renortw favorably unon tlu fnlW-.
ing bill which was introduced in the
Senate February last:
Be it enacted by the Sonate and
Houe of Repre.-entatives of the
1'nited States of America in Con
gress ar.-wibled, That the President
of the United States be, and ho is
hereby, authorized to exchange pub
lic lands set aside for military pur
poses in the Territory of Hawaii,
where not needed for such purposes,
for private lands of practically equal
value in the same Territory that
are needed for military puiposo,
the lands so acnuired bv e-nl
to be given thereby the same status
as lands set aside from the public
domain by the President for mili
Hum, Ah Chong, F. J. Laware, J.
Kanahele, Miss R. Newmann, Miss
M. Newmann, Miss Stayne, G. R.
Raymond, Tom Leo.
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